#6 locale 'C' can not be used for utf-8 dictionaries

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nobody
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2004-09-18
2004-08-29
Anonymous
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Using different dictionaries from freedict.org for different languages
with dictd-1.9.14 gives me the above error. I have not found a
workaround yet, but maybe it is known to someone who can give me
a hint.
TIA.

Discussion

  • Aleksey Cheusov

    Aleksey Cheusov - 2004-09-18
    • status: open --> closed-rejected
     
  • Aleksey Cheusov

    Aleksey Cheusov - 2004-09-18

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    In order to run DICTD with utf-8 dictionaries,
    you MUST apply --locale option to dictd like
    this dictd --locale ru_RU.UTF-8

    assuming that utf-8 locale you specified exists on your system.
    Any correct utf-8 locale should work properly.

     

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